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When starting my Windows XP Pro computer, I get Two (2) DIAGENT error windows at the end of bootup which read,

"Cannot Load Resource Library" and "Releasing Of Resource Library Failed"

At this point I select OK for both error windows and they close and I am able to go about my business without any trouble.

Could someone please help me? Thank You!
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Since DIAGENT.EXE is not essential for Windows to run, that's why you are (fortunately) able to "go about my business without any trouble").

It's a quick-access tool which is supposed to sit in your system-tray, allowing you quickly to get at the settings for your Creative sound card.

This is the general verdict on it:

"diagent.exe is a system tray shortcut which gives easy access to the Creative SoundBlaster's configurations. This is a non-essential process. Disabling or enabling it is down to user preference."

Removing it as a startup item will suppress the startup errors.
easiest way is to download "Startup Control Panel" from here:

download the "exe" version of it.
double-click the downloaded file.
Look under all the tabs till you see reference to 'diagent.exe'
UNtick it's tick-box.
Close Startup control panel.

Edited by pip22, 11 February 2007 - 01:55 AM.

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